Bio-materials in Tissue Engineering

Biomaterials, an engineered material used to make gadgets to supplant some portion of a living framework or to work in suggest contact with living tissue. The study of biomedical materials includes an investigation of the piece and properties of materials and the manner by which they associate with nature in which they are set. The most widely recognized classes of materials utilized as biomedical materials are polymers, metals, and earthenware production. These three classes are utilized separately and in the blend to frame the greater part of the implantation gadgets accessible today.

  • Bio active glasses
  • Metal based material
  • Polymers
  • Biomaterials for drug delivery
  • Tissue Microarray
  • Biodegradable hydrogel
  • Biomimetic materials
  • Biomaterials design and technology
  • Scaffold designs
  • Fabrication of scaffolds
  • 3D scaffolds and models
  • Surface ligands and molecular architecture
  • Porous scaffolds

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